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(1/2) Trueteller: 9 BIGGEST Online Poker Pots in MMAsherdog's database (with LLinusLLove)





Timofey Kuznetsov, better known as “Trueteller” on Pokerstars is one of the biggest winners on the High Stakes Poker Scene.
Part 2 it out! Check it out here:

“To me, Trueteller is currently the best overall poker player out there. Sure, if you put him against specialists in a specific field, he probably won’t win. But his overall skills are incredible”, says High Stakes Poker Pro MMAsherdog.

For most of his Poker career, Trueteller focussed on High Stakes Cash games online. He could be found grinding a high volume on both the No-Limit Hold’em and the Pot Limit Omaha tables. Occasionally, you can also find him playing Mixed games on High Stakes.

Trueteller kept his real name secret for many years. 2015 was the year he became pubicly known as Timofey Kuznetsov when he had his first appearances on the Live High Stakes tournament scene.

In total, he has acquired over $5,428,099 in live poker winnings. (as of March 2020)

Kuznetsov’s biggest tournament score was a 4th place in the $500,000 No-Limit Hold’em Super High Roller Bowl at the Aria Casino in Las Vegas, where he took down a price of $2,150,000.

Other large cashes of Timofey “Trueteller” Kuznetsov include:

-1st Triton High Roller Series Event 8: No-Limit Hold’em – Short Deck Ante Only
buy-in ~$125,000 Price: $1,859,970

– 1st No-Limit Hold’em High Roller at Aria Casino Las Vegas
buy-in: $50,000 Price: $748,446

-9th No-Limit Hold’em – Triton Montenegro Short Deck Main Event
buy in ~$125,000 Price: $335,113

-Triton High Roller Series Short Deck No-Limit Hold’em – Ante Only
buy-in ~$63,000 Price: $243,340

In this video, MMAsherdog takes a look at Trueteller’s biggest online poker hands in his database and analyzes them.
This is part one of a 2 part video series. Stay tuned for part 2!

While you are waiting for the second part, check out:

LLinusLLove: Biggest hands in MMAsherdog’s database:

OtB_RedBaron: Biggest hands in MMAsherdog’s database (Part 1):

MMAsherdog: Biggest Hands at NL40k (Part 1):

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23 comments

  1. Did Fedor win at these stakes? and how much did he play?

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  2. Your rating irritates me really much. Trueteller plays it almost perfect, maybe the preflop size on the first hand is too big but they are deep. And you rate him only 7. Wtf

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  3. Why Llinus didnt raise T7on turn? Also trapping, but alot rivers would kill the action

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  4. mike postle already check folds the KK as preflop aggressor on that flop. Clearly trueclown guy is not at his level!

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  5. subed

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  6. As soon as he led the turn i said AQ spades, only hand makes sense that check calls flop QQ bets flop

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  7. Awesome video, thank you!

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  8. 😎 💗 🏝

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  9. What could he have done differently with 44 to get a 10/10? lol

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  10. hold up so nlhe is not his forte? what is, plo?

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  11. what poker variant is trueteller best at?

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  12. Pio is off for the weekend 😅

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  13. "Not the softest lineup" – LOL. Sometimes I think it would be great to play against these people. Then I remember that I don't hate money 🙂

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  14. @10:16 wouldnt be AT a better call or KQ instead of AJ?

    …fuk you and your lead XDXDXD nice one
    and pio got a long weekend ….. man i like ur sense of humor…

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  15. How can you play 44 in the first hand better to get a 10/10 rating?

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  16. good as always 👍

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  17. Amazing

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  18. Amazing

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  19. great video as always

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  20. These hands just play themselves.

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  21. nice stuff

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  22. I never knew Fedor played in these games, also didn't know TrueTeller isn't primarily a NLHE player. Learn something new all the time.

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